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“I remember feeding him; watching him close his eyes with each spoonful.”
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Dive right into some of our most beloved stories highlighting this transformative time of year.
“Ice cream has given me a name, like a Ted Williams or a Babe Ruth or a Larry Bird.”
The longest-running ice cream man in the United States, Allan Ganz, has been selling sweet treats since he was 10 years old. He shares with his wife, Rosalyn Ganz, how he got his start in the business — and how he’s kept going for 71 years.
"I spent eight hours a day putting hooks into bungee cords."
Mechanical engineer and MIT graduate Noramay Cadena tells her daughter, Chassitty Saldana, about what it was like to raise her while she was studying.
"On Thanksgiving Day we’re going to open our doors to anybody and everybody."
The owner of a Logan, Utah, restaurant tells his daughter about lessons he learned growing up in Afghanistan, and how they inspire him today.